Two UF Students Are Missing In Haiti
UF is still waiting to hear some type of communication from two students that have gone missing since the earthquake hit Haiti Tuesday. Jon Bougher and Roman Safiullin are graduate journalism students at the university. They left for Haiti Sunday to work on a documentary for an aid organization called Planting Peace.
The two students were staying at an orphanage in Port-Au-Prince. UF professors Ed Hanlon and Florence Sergile are there as well, fortunately they have made contact with the university and are safe.
UF Senior Luckner Francois is president of the Hope for Haiti organization on campus. No one has heard from his family, who still live there.
"It was disheartening," Luckner said. "People are crying for help, people trying to reach out. You have to have courage to endure and I believe my people have a lot of courage.
- Friends Pray For Two Missing UF Students Safe Return
- UF Graduate Students In Haiti Safe
- UF Students Back From Haiti Talk About Quake
- Student Sends Pancakes to Haiti
- UF Students Can't Use Haiti footage
- Missing Two Year Old Found Hours Later
- Two Men Missing After Trying to Save Boy from River
- UF Student Missing for 23 Years
- The University of Florida is Supporting the Search for Missing Student
- Search for Missing Student Reaches High and Low with Help from Joint Aviation Unit